Majority of Americans say they have seen threats of online violence based on race, gender or sexuality

Majority of Americans say they have seen threats of online violence based on race, gender or sexuality

The story at a glance Fifty-seven percent of Americans say they have seen online messages calling for physical violence because of an individual’s race, gender or sexuality. Even when threats don’t target them individually, women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ people say they’ve been harmed by witnessing harassment against their peers. The survey, conducted by …

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